Tripler, DOE, Queens collaboration enables more behavioral health services for children
Photo Credit: Stephanie Bryant, Tripler Army Medical Center Public Affairs
WAHIAWA, Hawaii -- Pictured left to right are Sen. Daniel Inouye; Kathryn Matayoshi, superintendent, State of Hawaii Department of Education; Col. J. Anson Smith, acting commander, Pacific Regional Medical Command and chief of staff, Tripler Army Medical Center; and Arthur Ushijima, president and chief executive officer, The Queen's Health Systems and president, The Queen's Medical Center; at the dedication ceremony of Wahiawa Elementary School's new school-based behavioral health building, Aug. 22, here. Tripler partnered with DOE and Queen's to expand behavioral health services available for children in Hawaii.
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